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They Might Have "broke Loose Today."


Bill Babler

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Billy and I have been guiding and talking with the BFL guys all week. Today was no exception, except we were not guiding, we were a Fishin. Did not stop the phone from ringing however and from the word, "THEY ARE ON."

Same guys that were crying about NO BITES YESTERDAY, Were kicking the shorts out of the way today.

Just deleated a 1000 word post by mistake so I am fried. :crywithno: Had it all mapped out and lost it. Bottom line, surface temps this afternoon 48 at Kimberling. Fish Biting--jig, jerkbait-grub. We had 19 pounds today and have heard of one 25 pound bag and lots of limits in the 15 pound and up range. Knew it was a matter or hrs. not days. Sorry I lost all the details, but to tired to do the whole d---, post again.

Go Fishin and good Luck.

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Bill we had a very similar day ,maybe yesterdays wind woke em up.Fished today out of Big M .water temps main lake were about44-48.Went back to Roaring River,found temps up to 58 by late afternoon .We had good bites all day.put together a nice limit,I dont really want to guess at weight but two went at least 4lbs.Over all it was a very good day considering I was snowbound a week ago.No Whites yet but they may be in there,there were giant schools of bait on the warm flats.

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Billy and I have been guiding and talking with the BFL guys all week. Today was no exception, except we were not guiding, we were a Fishin. Did not stop the phone from ringing however and from the word, "THEY ARE ON."

Same guys that were crying about NO BITES YESTERDAY, Were kicking the shorts out of the way today.

Just deleated a 1000 word post by mistake so I am fried. :crywithno: Had it all mapped out and lost it. Bottom line, surface temps this afternoon 48 at Kimberling. Fish Biting--jig, jerkbait-grub. We had 19 pounds today and have heard of one 25 pound bag and lots of limits in the 15 pound and up range. Knew it was a matter or hrs. not days. Sorry I lost all the details, but to tired to do the whole d---, post again.

Go Fishin and good Luck.

Bill is there any area of the lake that seems to producing better than the other? I still can't get them to eat the jerkbait.

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Bill is there any area of the lake that seems to producing better than the other? I still can't get them to eat the jerkbait.

Seems to be Baxter to Longcreek. But that was a pretty good report on Roaring River. Only problem up there is that water fishes skinny with a lot of boats and there will be lots of friends out this weekend. Next week if the weather stays in the 60's will get silly.

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Good luck to all of you who are able to get out there. Right now Uncle Sam has me attending a class in the Arizona desert for another 3 weeks wishing I was back there with a megabass in hand. I'll be back on the water the day after I return. So if you see a black, gold, and white 929 in the Roaring River area March 13th, come on over and say hi.

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Walleyes can't be far behind...Maybe not behind at all ! Tomorrow !!

Thanks Bill for the report. (doesn't it burn your butt when you type and type and type and then lose it ?) Only happened to me a jillion times...lol Good Luck 2 Bill's !

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Bill we had a very similar day ,maybe yesterdays wind woke em up.Fished today out of Big M .water temps main lake were about44-48.Went back to Roaring River,found temps up to 58 by late afternoon .We had good bites all day.put together a nice limit,I dont really want to guess at weight but two went at least 4lbs.Over all it was a very good day considering I was snowbound a week ago.No Whites yet but they may be in there,there were giant schools of bait on the warm flats.

58? That seems really warm. That's Awesome. We are going Monday and putting in at Eagle Rock. Have to check that out.

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